House Speaker Nancy Pelosi spoke on Sunday about her future as the chamber’s top official, saying that any decision she makes about running again for the position will depend on what her family and fellow House Democrats want.

The question about Pelosi’s future as speaker comes as control over the House remains up in the air, with several races still yet to be called. With Democrats performing better than the party in power historically has during midterm elections, the House is looking at an extremely slim majority that could either go for the GOP or remain in Democrats’ hands.

“We will see when the people have finished speaking and the votes have been counted as cast. I’m very proud of our Democratic candidates, both the incumbents seeking reelection, and our red-to-blue, our challengers. They never took any guidance from those who would say, ‘This is over, Democrats can’t win because history says,’” Pelosi told Dana Bash on CNN’s “State of the Union.”

“[Democratic candidates] knew their purpose. They knew why they were running: to protect our democracy, save our planet, protect our values and the rest … They knew their districts. They related to their constituents, and they have produced a great result,” She continued. “Who would have thought two months ago that this red wave would turn into a little tiny trickle, if that at all?”

Pelosi refused to say whether she believes Kevin McCarthy, House Minority Leader, should be Speaker if Democrats lose their majority. But when pressed about McCarthy’s qualifications, the speaker told Bash that the Republican leader is not up to the task.

“Well, why would I make a judgment about something that may or may not ever happen?” Pelosi said of McCarthy’s potential speakership. “No, I don’t think he has it. But that’s up to his own people to make a decision as to how they want to be led or otherwise.”

The Nov. 8 election took place almost two weeks after a man broke into Pelosi’s home in San Francisco looking to assault her, and severely injured her 82-year-old husband who required surgery for his fractures. David DePape (42 years old) was indicted on federal grand jury charges of attempted kidnapping, assault, and robbery.

On Sunday, the speaker claimed that her husband is on the slow road to recovery but that he is making progress. “paying the price” For the inciting and enabling of political violence by the right. Pelosi added that the public was not just shocked at the attack itself, but also at Republicans’ “ridiculous, disrespectful attitude” Towards the attack.

In an interview she gave to CNN’s Anderson Cooper one day before the election, Pelosi said the attack on her husband would impact her decision on whether to retire at the end of her current term. When speaking on ABC’s “This Week” Sunday’s statement by the Democrat was that she would remain in Congress After all votes have been counted, the vote will be taken on whether or not to pursue the speakership again.

“The fact is, any decision to run is about family and also my colleagues. And what we want to do is go forward in a very unified way, as we go forward to prepare for the Congress at hand and then, after some respite, get ready for the next election,” CNN interviewed her. “But nonetheless a great deal is at stake, because we will be in a presidential election.”

“So, my decision will then be rooted in the wishes of my family and the wishes of my caucus. But none of it will be very much considered until we see what the outcome of all of this is,” She continued. “But there are all kinds of ways to exert influence. The speaker has awesome power, but I will always have influence.”

The November 30th election is set for leadership. Pelosi stated that she will announce her decision on whether or not to run for speaker at the next election.